Crank this to 9.3 of 11 - Editors' Pick
Sounds Like: Church of Misery, The Midnight Ghost Train, Yatra
TarLung from Austria have returned with some heavy as fuck sludge
There is a more blues foundation to this album than previous releases and it suites them perfectly
We are witnessing TarLung becoming a major player in the sludge/doom world. Architect shows growth and patience
The production is crisp, yet has a dirty fuzz quality. The guitar tone is tremendous
The vocals are filthy and meant for sludge
There is plenty of jamming to be found on Architect, the vocals are strong, but they don't overtake the awesome music at hand
1. Infinity (7:17)
2. Widow's Bane (6:44)
3. Weight of Gravity (6:38)
4. Unthinkable (6:26)
5. Horses of Plague (5:55)
6. Architect (7:08)
The heavy blues is strong on this one. Love the meditative galloping rhythm that kicks of the album. We actually hear a bit of Wo Fat throughout this tune and its glorious.
Horses of Plague
Pure sludge meets classic metal collide for a fuzztastic tune.
Ahhh, this song starts with an uplifting stoner jam, then slowly the sludge creeps in. It's the perfect blend of combination of sludge and stoner rock.
Grab some Impact Wrench by Industrial Arts Brewing in Garnersville, NY. This crisp, yet strong 10% IPA hits all the right notes and pairs perfectly with TarLung.
Philipp "Five" Seiler - Guitars and Vocals
Marian Waibl - Drums
Rotten - Guitars